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From: danny seddon <>
Subject: Re: [LAN] Geneaolgy sites and boards
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2007 10:28:39 +0000
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Adele Earnshaw wrote:
> At the risk of alienating our (primarilary American) cousins, may I ask a
> question ?
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> Are there any particular BRITISH sites, where those of us whose forebears
> didn't leave these shores, can participate and contribute ?
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> Most, if not all, of the sites, of which I am aware, have a tendency to
> become swamped with requests for links from descendents of people who left.
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> Please do not misunderstand me, if I can firm up the details of my family
> and all the associated trees, branches and twigs, I am in a far better
> position to answer questions from a possible overseas connection. And if I
> may offer up my credentials, I have helped, and will continue to help,
> anyone I am able to help regardless of their location.
>
> Regards to the list,
>
>
> Adele
> Howdo Adele
>
The best site by far ( I am Biased) is www.lan-opc.org.uk. Nearly a
million records transcribed for Lancashire People
Dan
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